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04-29-2015 04:36 AM
FootKick Was after a large screen low response time/input lag monitor and this looks to be the one or a BenQ RL2755HM. Does anyone know if I could add a stand that can rotate 90degrees to either of those or should I continue searching?
04-20-2015 11:16 PM
ukic
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Originally Posted by VaiFanatic View Post

What's the deal with these now? I've read some folks saying the refresh rates aren't overclockable beyond 1920x1080 and that kinda sucks if that's true.

I'm headed to Costco tomorrow and was going to see if they had these in stock considering picking one up.

Online only and indeed these are 28". Texts are like ants. You need at least 32" for a 4k imo.
04-20-2015 02:00 PM
overclockerjames these are only 28 inch
04-19-2015 02:02 AM
VaiFanatic What's the deal with these now? I've read some folks saying the refresh rates aren't overclockable beyond 1920x1080 and that kinda sucks if that's true.

I'm headed to Costco tomorrow and was going to see if they had these in stock considering picking one up.
04-16-2015 03:39 PM
ukic Only $499 @ Costco.
04-16-2015 10:04 AM
BabylonDown Anyone know how this monitor scales at lower resolutions? Like 2560x1440?

Are the rumors of it being overclockable at these settings true?
03-10-2015 06:20 AM
ACIDTITAN Sold mie bezel was to thick and all i did was play Starcraft 2.
03-10-2015 05:53 AM
Koehler
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Using it now on the 28" 4K in OP and love it even more thumb.gif. I don't even realize its working since its so gradual, but if I disable it after sunset the difference is staggering and makes you squint.

Apparently its the blue spectrum that causes the most eye strain, so since f.lux gradually changes the warmth from a harsh blue-white to a warm white to mimic sunrise/sunset it makes a huge difference for me.

I've tried it and it works!

It really helped with my eye strain... definitely adjusts the brightness to a practical standard.

Thanks!
02-09-2015 03:41 PM
Puck
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

F.lux, interesting. Maybe I should test this out.

Using it now on the 28" 4K in OP and love it even more thumb.gif. I don't even realize its working since its so gradual, but if I disable it after sunset the difference is staggering and makes you squint.

Apparently its the blue spectrum that causes the most eye strain, so since f.lux gradually changes the warmth from a harsh blue-white to a warm white to mimic sunrise/sunset it makes a huge difference for me.
02-07-2015 01:51 AM
Koehler
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Originally Posted by Puck View Post

I have found that using a automatic monitor temperature curve with the free utility f.lux helps eye strain a lot when web browsing or typing thumb.gif.

Basically it dynamically adjusts the monitor settings gradually right at sunrise and sunset using the location you set. This allows a nice bright picture during the day, but at sunrise over the course of an hour it gradually lowers the temp and removes the harsh blues without you even noticing since the sky outside is getting dark at a similar rate as your monitor. You can set it so that once you run any fullscreen game or program it automatically disables so it doesn't mess up your color accuracy, which I think is the default behavior.

I thought it was super gimmicky at first, but I was starting to suffer from eye strain at night so being a small simple program I gave it a try and I love it. I sit fairly close to a 27" 1440p IPS and I did not notice just how bright it is at night until I got f.lux.

F.lux, interesting. Maybe I should test this out.
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